Four Communications was set up in 2001 based on four core principles…experience, passion, intelligence, commitment. These are the principles which underpin all our client programmes and define the way we run the business.
We are one of the leading independent agencies and we now have more than 150 staff covering every communications discipline. Built on an integrated model from the outset, Four offers public relations, public affairs, marketing, design, digital services, sponsorship and media planning and buying.
We have a two-centre strategy, based in the United Kingdom and the Gulf, from which we deliver local and international campaigns for a wide range of clients in the public and private sectors.
We are a fully integrated agency spanning public relations, public affairs and sponsorship and have our own in–house creative teams delivering digital, design, web, corporate publishing, events, marketing and media planning and buying. This means clients get an unrivalled service, matching their total communications needs, and unrivalled value for money.
In February 2012 we acquired culture and campaigning market leader, Colman Getty. This followed the acquisition of travel and tourism PR and Representation agency, bgb in early 2011. These specialist practices now sit alongside our other sector teams in property, financial services, public sector, kids & family, entertainment, arts and sport.
Four Communications is owned and controlled by its management and staff.
We offer unrivalled property marketing experience. Political and community consultation, public relations, media planning and buying, design and digital services delivered by experts – all under one roof.
We offer a fully integrated service, with the best property experts to provide support at every stage of the process, from cradle to completion. We provide political and community support at the planning stage and then help to deliver sales with smart, intuitive PR, creative advertising campaigns and strategic media planning to make your development stand out in a crowded marketplace.